Looking Beyond 2012 - Ethical Conflicts for Coaching: A Review of Key UK Sport-based Policy

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Vinson, Don ; Padley, S. ; Mark, J. (2012)
  • Publisher: Manchester Metropolitan University Institute for Performance Research
  • Subject: H1
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